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Tortuguero National Park One Day Tour
"The tour begins through the impressive coffee plantations and the mountains of Braulio Carrillo  National Park where steep slopes are covered with thick cloud forest and beautiful waterfalls can be seen from the road.Just after Bra you will enjoy  typical Costa Rican breakfast which includes fruit juice coffee eggs and the popular “Gallo Pinto”.Following breakfast  you will go to a BANANA PLANTATION where your guide will explain the process of growing and exporting that fruit.Your will  later abandon the bus and embark on the most  exciting part of this tour: the boat trip into the jungle of the Tortuguero National Park. You will
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Tortuguero National Park
"Meet your guide upon pickup from your San Jose hotel and stop for breakfast at Rancho Roberto's in Guapiles. After your meal you'll travel through the Braulio Carrillo National Park one of Costa Rica’s largest national parks. Pass numerous rivers waterfalls and mountains covered in dense forests on your drive until you reach a banana plantation. Here board a boat and set sail for Tortuguero National Park. Since there are no roads to the park from Tortuguero village access to the vast network of freshwater lagoons and creeks is by boat. Ride for approximately one hour to reach the canals and keep an eye out for all kind of birds in the lush vegetation along the way.Tortuguero
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Day Trip to Tortuguero National Park from San Jose
"Your tour departs from San Jose and from there you will head towards the mountains of Braulio Carrillo National Park accompanied by your bilingual guide. Drive past the lush serenity of the coffee plantations along slopes sheltered by thick clo your next stop is the Banana Plantation where the fruit is processed and exported. The fun continues as you leave the bus and your tour takes you on a exciting boat trip into the jungles of Tortuguero National Park.  After a hearty buff take a walk through the village of Tortuguero and get to know the villagers and the history of the area before your return to San Jose in the mid-afternoon with a rest stop along the way.""""It's time to be adventurous! Come and explore the rain forest covering over 29000 hectares. Tortuguero is one of the main nesting sites of the Chelonia Midas the endangered green sea turtle.  Home to a wide variety of wildlife
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Playa de San Luis

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Playa de San Andrès

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Tour by GolfCart

Touring around the island in a rented golf cart seemed like the thing to do while we were there. Our group decided against it however because there was no insurance available, and if something had...
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Go to town

It was very easy to catch a bus into town to do some shopping. The shops in town though are very traditional and there was a lot of stuff that we could have gotten at home. There was however the...
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To the BLOW HOLE!

The Blow-Hole is the only natural attraction on the island other than the beaches or scenery. It's located at the Southern tip of the island, and is exactly what is sounds like... when the ocean is a...
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Super-Special Island Tour

We booked this tour through our hotel. It was a 3 hour guided bus tour of the whole island. It stopped about 6 times at various spots around the island, including the blow-hole, Morgan's Cave, the...
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Hire a bike

You can hire abike, it is very cheap and you will not need more than two or three hours to go every where on the island and even hava a swim in La Piscina and go to Morgan's Cave
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